Projects

Video4Change Network

The Video4Change Network is a consortium of organisations from around the world using the power of video for human rights, social justice, and environmental change.

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Engage Video

Engage Video is a modern video platform with over 4,000 films, documentaries, short videos, and more content that promote social and environmental justice in the Asia-Pacific. The site welcomes contributions with a variety of styles and genres, so long as it is representative of the region’s diverse contexts.

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Video for Change | Environmental Impact

For many campaigns for environmental justice, video has become a key way to deliver messages, mobilise support, and create impact. We have thus created the Video for Change Asia-Pacific Impact Lab to assist environment-focused video initiatives take their impact to the next level by connecting them with leading global and Asia-Pacific based Impact Producers.

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Bhinneka Tinggal Duka?

Bhinneka Tinggal Duka

Bhinneka Tinggal Duka? (Diversity Leaves Grief?) looks at the rising tide of religious intolerance in Indonesia. In 2012 EngageMedia partnered with a coalition of groups to run a film competition and produce a compilation of Creative Commons licensed videos and education materials for feminist, queer and diversity activists to use in their campaigns for greater tolerance.

Camp Sambel 2 participants. Photo by: kstanphoto

Camp Sambel

EngageMedia has hosted two regional Southeast Asia video skills and networking events, bringing together activists from Southern Thailand, Malaysia, Singapore, Indonesia, East Timor and West Papua.

Camp Chindwin

Camp Chindwin brought together 33 video activists, filmmakers and citizen journalists from Southeast Asia to a camp in Myanmar from 3-6 June 2015.

Digital Security in the Asia-Pacific

EngageMedia has and continues to be involved in various projects on digital security in the Asia-Pacific. In these initiatives, there is a strong emphasis on the use of and training on free and open-source software.

MediaCMS Content Management System

MediaCMS is a content management system to host your own video site, as well as supporting other rich media content. MediaCMS currently supports the Engage Video platform. EngageMedia’s commitment to MediaCMS is part of our larger commitment to open source software and media freedom.

Transmission Vx Mission

Transmission

EngageMedia co-founded the Transmission network in 2006. The objective of the network was to make independent online video distribution possible using Free and Open Source Software by building the necessary tools, standards, documentation, and social networks.

Are Journalists Safe in Indonesia? Apakah Profesi Wartawan Aman di Indonesia?

Journalist security research

EngageMedia has conducted research for the Citizen Lab Cyber Stewards Network to understand how journalists themselves define the concept of ‘security’, what constitute practices of ‘security’, and what they do to learn about and practice ‘secure’ behaviours.

Plumi

From 2005-2020, EngageMedia produced and maintained Plumi, a video-sharing web application, in partnership with various developers. Plumi was a Free Software video-sharing web application based on the Plone content management system.

https://coconet.social/

Coconet: An Asia-Pacific Digital Rights Network and Platform

Coconet is a network and platform for digital rights movement-building in the Asia-Pacific. Its online hub is Coconet.social, where partners and members of the Coconet community produce and publish regional content on digital rights awareness, advocacy, and activism.

Pretty Good Podcast Discussions Digital Rights

Pretty Good Podcast: Discussions on Digital Rights

“Pretty Good Podcast” is a video podcast on mainstreaming digital rights in the Asia-Pacific by amplifying regional voices and linking regional experiences and news to broader digital rights discussions. The podcast is produced primarily using free and open-source software.

Rightscon Southeast Asia

RightsCon Southeast Asia brought together civil society, engineers, activists, lawyers, companies, and governments on the subject of the internet and human rights in Manila in March 2015.

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Other Projects

Voice

EngageMedia’s Voice project aims to facilitate spaces where marginalized communities explore various ways in which they can harness their creativity and turn their aspirations into actions with real social impact.

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Video4Change Network

The Video4Change Network is a consortium of organisations from around the world using the power of video for human rights, social justice, and environmental change.

Read More

Video for Change Impact Toolkit

The Video for Change Impact Toolkit is an online guide for the design and evaluation of a video for change social impact campaign, focusing on a holistic approach that considers all activities and their capacity to create impact, rather than on the effect of a video product alone.

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Engage Video

Engage Video is a modern video platform with over 4,000 films, documentaries, short videos, and more content that promote social and environmental justice in the Asia-Pacific. The site welcomes contributions with a variety of styles and genres, so long as it is representative of the region’s diverse contexts.

Read More

Bhinneka Tinggal Duka?

Bhinneka Tinggal Duka

Bhinneka Tinggal Duka? (Diversity Leaves Grief?) looks at the rising tide of religious intolerance in Indonesia. In 2012 EngageMedia partnered with a coalition of groups to run a film competition and produce a compilation of Creative Commons licensed videos and education materials for feminist, queer and diversity activists to use in their campaigns for greater tolerance.

Camp Sambel 2 participants. Photo by: kstanphoto

Camp Sambel

EngageMedia has hosted two regional Southeast Asia video skills and networking events, bringing together activists from Southern Thailand, Malaysia, Singapore, Indonesia, East Timor and West Papua.

Camp Chindwin

Camp Chindwin brought together 33 video activists, filmmakers and citizen journalists from Southeast Asia to a camp in Myanmar from 3-6 June 2015.

Digital Security in the Asia-Pacific

EngageMedia has and continues to be involved in various projects on digital security in the Asia-Pacific. In these initiatives, there is a strong emphasis on the use of and training on free and open-source software.

MediaCMS Content Management System

MediaCMS is a content management system to host your own video site, as well as supporting other rich media content. MediaCMS currently supports the Engage Video platform. EngageMedia’s commitment to MediaCMS is part of our larger commitment to open source software and media freedom.

Transmission Vx Mission

Transmission

EngageMedia co-founded the Transmission network in 2006. The objective of the network was to make independent online video distribution possible using Free and Open Source Software by building the necessary tools, standards, documentation, and social networks.

Are Journalists Safe in Indonesia? Apakah Profesi Wartawan Aman di Indonesia?

Journalist security research

EngageMedia has conducted research for the Citizen Lab Cyber Stewards Network to understand how journalists themselves define the concept of ‘security’, what constitute practices of ‘security’, and what they do to learn about and practice ‘secure’ behaviours.

Plumi

From 2005-2020, EngageMedia produced and maintained Plumi, a video-sharing web application, in partnership with various developers. Plumi was a Free Software video-sharing web application based on the Plone content management system.

https://coconet.social/

Coconet: An Asia-Pacific Digital Rights Network and Platform

Coconet is a network and platform for digital rights movement-building in the Asia-Pacific. Its online hub is Coconet.social, where partners and members of the Coconet community produce and publish regional content on digital rights awareness, advocacy, and activism.

Pretty Good Podcast Discussions Digital Rights

Pretty Good Podcast: Discussions on Digital Rights

“Pretty Good Podcast” is a video podcast on mainstreaming digital rights in the Asia-Pacific by amplifying regional voices and linking regional experiences and news to broader digital rights discussions. The podcast is produced primarily using free and open-source software.

Rightscon Southeast Asia

RightsCon Southeast Asia brought together civil society, engineers, activists, lawyers, companies, and governments on the subject of the internet and human rights in Manila in March 2015.

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